Apple OS X
- Category: System
- Platform: Mac
Apple OS X overview
Apple OS X is an System tool. It is available on various platforms, including Mac. Apple OS X for Mac can be found on respective stores.
Apple OS X is mainly used for working with .BUNDLE files. Other Apple OS X supported filename extensions besides .BUNDLE are .COMPONENT, .EFIRES, .FS, .IOPLIST, .KEXT, .LOCKFILE, .PREFPANE, .SAVER, .WDGT, .BIN, .SCAP, .SUIT, .SWP.
There are two ways of opening .BUNDLE files with Apple OS X:
- You can double-click on .BUNDLE file (or any other supported file) with left click mouse button. If you have installed Apple OS X on your Mac, the file will open successfully.
- You can open .BUNDLE file through the Apple OS X menu. To open the menu, launch Apple OS X, find the menu button and follow the instructions.
Other file extensions used by Apple OS X
This link follow to webpage, where you will find links to official sources of Apple OS X. If you are Mac user, then just click to button below and go to the page with link. Please note that this app may ask for permissions when installed.